I can not speak to the healthcare portion of the benefits, but I can speak to the PTO. At 32 hours one gets the same PTO as a 40 hour position. The PTO is approximately 23 full days or 184 hours. After so many years there is an increase in hours (5 years maybe?). The not so good thing about the PTO is that anything over 2 weeks away from the facility has to be approved by the District Regional Manager. They can be quite slow at giving that permission. One of the other great benefits is the DOR allowed for a flexible schedule. As long as you covered your hours it was up to you when you started your day. Also the DOR allowed us to switch days as needed.
Good amount of vacation time. Medical benefits average. Would be better if the company paid for them for full time staff.
Health Insurance-great, 401 K good especially when they match, PTO standard for the industry
Reasonable copayment for regular services, no mental health coverage, more vision and limited denta plan
3 month waiting for any benefits. They just offered 401k benefits. They help with CEUs reimbursement. They have ACP and help with taking CEUs.
23 days PTO, 401K, Accidental death insurance
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.